Latter Day Saint missionaries -- Germany -- Diaries
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Contains excerpts from the daily journal of Abraham H. Cannon. Materials are transcripts and photocopies of original journals. Includes experiences from his mission in England, Germany, and Switzerland, as well as details from his time serving as a president of a Quorum of the Seventy and in the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. Dated 1881-1895.
Contains papers related to the personal life and accomplishments of Smith, and his wife Lucile. Includes awards and certificates for Calvin, and documents related to Lucile receiving the Utah Mother of the Year Award. Also includes letters from Philo T. Farnsworth and Victor L. Brown, and the missionary diary of Calvin. Dated 1906-1976.
Contains photographs taken or collected by Smith. Includes photographs and postcards from Smith's missionary service in Germany as well as his service as chaplain in World War I. Also includes images of Hyrum Mack Smith's graveside, Smith at Carthage Jail with Sydney B. Sperry, and the Calvin Smith family with his mother, Mary Taylor Schwartz Smith. Includes a family scrapbook and some negatives from the C. R. Savage Studio. Dated approximately 1890-1956.
Contains artifacts owned and used by Calvin Schwartz Smith. Dated approximately 1914-1930.
Contains records related to Smith's service as chaplain during World War I. Contains a blessing given by his father prior to his military service, an order book, three volumes of reminiscenses, a dog tag, a roster of soldiers from Utah in Smith's division, correspondence, and miscellaneous documents. Dated 1917-1926.
Lewis M. Cannon's journal covers the period from March 8, 1889 to October 20, 1889, the final months of Cannon's mission to Europe. Although much of the journal discusses his activities in Hamburg and Berlin, Germany, Lewis travelled frequently, reaching 22 cities in Germany and Bohemia during the period. The journal concludes with his sea journey through England and Ireland en route to the United States aboard the ship Nevada.
Contains three mission journals, written by Donald Q. Cannon while on a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the North German Mission. Also contains a transcript of the journals. Dated 1957-1959.